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English Translation of Sentence

One who is not willing to learn is not worth teaching.
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Vocabulary list

susumu
godan verb, intransitive verb
  1. to advance; to go forward
  2. to precede; to go ahead (of)
  3. to make progress; to improve
  4. to deepen; to heighten
  5. to do of one's own free will
susunde
expression
  1. voluntarily; willingly; of one's own free will
manabu
godan verb
  1. to study (in depth); to learn; to take lessons in
tosuru
expression, suru verb (irregular)
  1. (after volitional form of verb) to try to (verb); (after dictionary form) to (decide to) do
  2. to take as; to treat as
  3. to use for
  4. to suppose that (such) is the case; to assume
  5. to decide that; to think that
  6. to make into; to change into
  7. to feel (e.g. after sound symbolism or psychological experience word); to look; to feel like
  8. to intend; to have the intention
kinonai
i adjective
  1. indifferent; half-hearted; dispirited; listless
sha
noun, suffix
  1. someone of that nature; someone doing that work
mono
mon
noun
  1. person (rarely used w.o. a qualifier)
niha
particle
  1. for (in regard to); in order to
oshieru
ichidan verb, transitive verb
  1. to teach; to inform; to instruct
kaiganai
expression, i adjective
  1. useless; in vain

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